Cardi B is responsible for one of 2017's biggest songs with "Bodak Yellow," but the New York rapper also wants credit for inspiring Kellogg's and General Mills' latest creation: Lucky Charms Frosted Flakes.

The "Bodak Yellow" rapper hopped on Instagram on Jan. 1, claiming that the new cereal may have been inspired by the lyrics on her hit song. "Kellogg’s ain’t low ," Bardi wrote. "They Hurd BODAK YELLOW and was like ROLLIE GOT CHARMS LOOK LIKE FROSTED FLAKES ?!!! I think we have something right here !!! i want 2% of sales ."

On "Bodak Yellow," Cardi B raps, "I used to live in the P's, now it's a crib with a gate/Rollie got charms, look like Frosted Flakes."

In other Cardi B news, the rapper's lawyers are investigating an explicit video featuring the rapper that was leaked online. Originally believed to just be footage of Cardi dancing naked, it was reported the video was actually the beginning of a sex tape.

The rapper's lawyer, Scott Mason, told TMZ the video was "illegally obtained" and said lawyers are looking into finding who got their hands on the video.

While an incident like this would stress out many celebrities, Cardi doesn't seem to be too bothered. "People keep posting the nude videos of me like if i wasn’t a stripper before ‍You know there’s videos of me stripping with my titties & ass out on YouTube already right ?anyways i know i know i got a nice body right ," she tweeted on Christmas day.

The attorneys are also looking into finding out who leaked a video featuring Offset and unnamed nude woman.

Check out Cardi B's Instagram post below.

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